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Sabrina Jordan, born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, has dedicated her life to community service and advocacy. After earning her associate degree in Mental Health from Sinclair Community College, Sabrina moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where she volunteered at the Atlanta Mission Shelter and worked as a food and beverage manager for Marriott Hotels. Her commitment to helping others led her to a role with the End Family Violence Network program, combating domestic violence and abuse.

Tragically, Sabrina's life was deeply impacted when her 22-year-old son Jamal McShann was killed due to gun violence. Reverend Jerome McCorry reached out to Sabrina and her family during the most difficult time in their lives and offered Sabrina a position at the Adam Project in Dayton, working with clients preparing for re-entry. After experiencing the hands-on work with these clients, she began to feel life again. Sabrina fell back in love with the community and focused on helping former felons become productive members of the community. Her passion for community support led to the founding of Breaking the Cycle (BTC), a grassroots organization providing essential services to low-income neighborhoods.

In 2017, Sabrina's 23-year-old son, Jamarco McShann, was shot and killed by local police. This event sprung Sabrina into action which led to the founding of Ohio Families Unite Against Police Brutality (OFUAPB). OFUAPB aims to end police brutality and gun violence to ensure that other families do not have to experience the trauma that she and others have had to endure.

Sabrina's strength, resilience, and unwavering dedication to justice and community service make her an invaluable member of the Ohio Citizen Action team.